“Bonbini!” (“Welcome,” in Papiamento, Aruba’s native language) to this tiny, 70-square-mile island nestled in the warm Southern Caribbean. Aruba is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and, together with Bonaire and Curacao, forms the ABC Islands. Unlike much of the region, Aruba has a dry climate, consistently receiving the least rainfall in the Southern Caribbean. It is also located outside the Hurricane Belt, so guests can expect excellent weather no matter what time of year they visit. Aruba is one of the best shore diving and snorkeling destinations in the world due to its easily accessible and plentiful coral reefs. Whether you are visiting to relax or seek adventure, Aruba is the perfect destination.